Welcome back to day two of ARIN 43! We had another exciting and busy day with interesting presentations, important discussions, and lots of networking. For those who are unable to be here in person, it’s easy to join us remotely for tomorrow’s session. You can watch our online webcast, follow along with our live transcript, and participate through chat. Please register before tomorrow so we can add you to the chat rooms. Vitamin Sea & Public Policy…"ARIN 43 Day 2 Daily Recap"
Welcome to Barbados! ARIN 43 is officially underway in colorful Bridgetown. We began the meeting yesterday with our Newcomer Orientation and Policy Development Process Tutorial. We love providing these informational sessions to welcome newcomers to our meeting and make sure everyone has access to the information they need in order to participate. We enjoyed seeing many new and returning faces at the happy hour that followed these sessions. For those who are unable to be…"ARIN 43 Day 1 Daily Recap"
With ARIN 43 fast approaching, we are excited to bring our community together and facilitate one of ARIN’s prime directives: the development of policy by the community for the management of IP addresses and Autonomous System Numbers. Our biannual Public Policy and Members Meetings are the cornerstone of our Policy Development Process (PDP), and they rely upon you, the community, to be successful. To help newcomers and seasoned veterans alike, below is a look at the Draft Policies…"Get to Know the Draft Policies Under Discussion at ARIN 43"
Microsoft CSEO IPv6 Case Study My job at Microsoft CSEO (used to be called IT) is to have our end-users be IPv6-only. All our corporate and VPN networks are dual-stack, but our ultimate goal is to run a single stack in the network. Of course, it won’t happen overnight because we have a huge environment. We currently support over 220,000 users in around 800 offices globally. Our biggest user population has over 100,000 users in…"Microsoft works toward IPv6-only single stack network"
ARIN @ CanWISP 2019 Last week ARIN attended the Canadian Association of Wireless Internet Service Providers (CanWISP) in Gatineau, Quebec 26-27 March. John Sweeting (Senior Director, Registration Services) and I were in attendance to operate a help desk and give a presentation entitled “What Every WISP Needs To Know About ARIN.” Based on our successful visits to other WISP events, such as WISPAPALOOZA, we knew there was a lot of information we could offer the…"How ARIN Can Help Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs)"
We’re busy getting ready to head to Barbados for our next Public Policy and Members Meeting, ARIN 43. We’d like to introduce the 13 new and returning fellows that will be joining us in Bridgetown. Over the last ten years we’ve welcomed 123 fellows to our meetings in order to expand our educational outreach and add new voices to our public policy discussions. With this new group of fellows, we’ve pushed that number to 136!…"Introducing the ARIN 43 Fellows!"
On 2 March 2019, ARIN deployed its new website, a project that at its zenith required the focus and work of more than half of all ARIN staff and constituted one of the biggest software deployments in the history of the company. This may seem like a large amount of effort just to change the look and feel of our website, but there was much, much more going on behind the scenes. While this article…"Under the Hood of the New ARIN.net"
We have a spring in our step as we welcome Spring! While winter brought snowy weather and cold temperatures, we didn’t let that slow us down this quarter. In this edition of ARIN Bits, we share information about our upcoming meeting, announce the launch of our redesigned arin.net, share tips from our Registration Services and Financial Services teams, and so much more. Missed last quarter’s edition? You can find all past editions on our ARIN…"ARIN Bits: March 2019"
You may know ARIN as the place to request, transfer and manage your Internet number resources. But we offer a lot more than that! We are committed to ensuring the security of your data, and have implemented several services you can use to protect your user account and record information, but you can’t benefit from these services unless you use them. Currently, we have 148,465 ARIN Online accounts, yet only 4,241 (less than 3%) have…"4 Security Services You Should be Using"
There is always that tense moment at the end of a televised redesign show where you are waiting for the owner to see the changes made to their space. That is pretty much exactly how we are feeling as we get ready to share the new ARIN website. Rolling out a new website is not a trivial effort, and as we approach the reveal I want to take a minute to reflect on the process…"Getting Ready for the “Big Reveal”"